Ed Chamberlin is a long-standing fan of Clemmie and takes her to bounce back to form in the Coronation Stakes this afternoon.
Nap: 4.20 Royal Ascot
I've made no secret of the fact I think Clemmie is the best three-year-old filly at a mile this season and I expect her to prove it in the Coronation Stakes. She missed the QIPCO 1000 Guineas and Aidan O'Brien had a real rush to get her to the Irish equivalent. She looked very much in need of the outing and ran accordingly and I'd expect to see the real Clemmie this afternoon.
Her juvenile form was outstanding and as much as I respect Guineas winners Billesdon Brook and Teppal, I think she's a cracking bet here.
Next best: 5.35 Royal Ascot
Eve Johnson Houghton enjoyed a day to remember on Tuesday when Accidental Agent won the Queen Anne and she has a real chance of winning the Duke Of Edinburgh with Count Calabash. He's landed his last two - including over course and distance last time - and while 6lb higher arrives here in great form.
It's very competitive as you'd expect and he'll need luck in running but at around 9/1 and with Sky Bet paying five places, he makes plenty of each-way appeal.